A young teen's father dies, and he is sent to an orphanage. He's teased because he stutters almost runs away, until a beautiful, androgynous boy, Yasuo (Sora Toma), convinces him to join the choir.
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Boy's Choir torrent reviews
Pathmanathan D (ag) wrote: Story, screenplay, music and cinematography has to have a special mention along with the acting of the father, mother and the child. Audience who had their own children will like this movie more. At times it's overly sentimental. - 4/5Rating - 4/5
Natasha G (it) wrote: love this movie shitts popping no gang shitt but forreal though.
Danushka A (fr) wrote: It starts as a comedy, but it does convey a good message.Experience & Enjoy your life!!! Don't miss out the good times!!!
Emmanuel S (fr) wrote: it's like a Brazilian Tarantino movie. a lot of depth and character development. a must see.
Kristi B (ag) wrote: I enjoy every minute of this movie.
Nadine M (au) wrote: i dont think i seen this one!
Lets go to my island (ca) wrote: don't know what the hell this is...i guess the program cannot decipher the title in my list (spring, summer, fall, winter...and spring--I know it's long, but it's an awesome movie. NOT this movie!!).
Ernie D (kr) wrote: Hitler and a pedophile. What else do you need?
Takuya M (nl) wrote: TOHO CINEMAS GIFU, 2012/12/24
Heather M (ag) wrote: Time jumping can be used effectively to keep a viewer guessing what the ultimate story looks like and then again time jumping can cause a person's head to hurt trying to make heads or tails of what is happening. This movie takes the later approach and I had to stop watching it. I couldn't care about any of these characters because too many timelines were being jumbled together.
Eytan D (ru) wrote: "Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh" is basically a retread of the first movie, but minus the suspense and tension that surrounded the many gory kills. Though the sequel looks a little further into the villain's backstory, it is an overall uninspired attempt to cash in on the classic original. Tony Todd, however, is still terrific as the title character.
Barbara C (ru) wrote: It's a compelling story told in a compelling way. The actor who played Turing evoked exactly what I thought Turing would be. If you're interested in human rights/equal right/ civil right, WWII or the UK in the late-40s early 50s, this is a movie for you.
John C (us) wrote: One of those movies that essentially has no thought or creative script but nonetheless brings much entertainment